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what you said? >> i think carl bernstein is right. ain his minimum optimism, it is up to the public to change, and i don't know if they have the appetite to change. i think there is a revulsion that i have not seen for 14 years against the tabloids, but the worst excesses of the tabloids have been someone new. no politician can provide a fig leaf of respectability to allow it to continue. no mainstream high level petition can be suffering with the murdochs again. >> the great element is what outcry against bublic rupert murdoch, but still love his products. is newspapers are some of the most successful in this country, but somehow the public somehow feels they do not like people wielding political influence when they do not have the votes. >> when they have not been elected. >> you referred to the relationship between father and son. is this the breakup of the great empire, that the dynasty will not be handed on and quite the way they thought? >> it is hard to know. rupert did not say much, but every word that he said mattered. james murdoch talked a lot, and i cannot really remembe
of those hearings, my colleague spoke with carl bernstein, who with bob woodward, broke the story of watergate. they spoke strongly about press intrusion at the princess diana funeral. >> you had some hopes of purse reform. it did to get anywhere today? >> i had high hopes today, but not at all. i thought they would be briefed well enough to get through the questions from hampered inquisitor's because they are dealing with the backdrop of the inquiry. not many punches were landed. i don't like any great progress was made. >> was this a big moment, are things changing? >> i hope so. i am an optimist. i think if they don't change on the back of what has happened on the past few weeks, that we get a more accountable press, one that is not accused of criminal acts, i don't know when we will. >> what has been the effect over the years on you and your family? >> fairly massive, but i have chose to live abroad to get away from tabloid intrusion. this is much more a case not about people like myself who could move, but it is about people who may be rolled over by the press unexpectedly in
with lawrence o'donnell, lawrence asked watergate journalist carl bernstein if moisture dodd dock yields as much influence over journalism here as he has in england. >> i think he has huge power in this country through "the wall street journal." he owns, as well, the new york post which has been terribly influential in a horrible way in terms of changing agenda of america's newspapers to gossip to sensationalism. and also on the air. he has been the most influential figure in journalism over the last 50 years in the english-speaking world and we are all the poorer for it, despite the fact that he saved some newspapers, that he created the fox television network, fox news, which is another example of really good journalism is the best obtainable version of the truth. that's not what murdock practices. >> don't miss the last word with lawrence o'donnell at 8:00 p.m. eastern time, only on. >> mike: msnbc, the place for politics. >>> the mets make a big play. plus, man down as the padres heath bell slides his way into an all-star appearance. your first look at sports is straight ahead. [ male announ
in "newsweek" written by carl bernstein under the title, murdoch's watergate and saying that this is the beginning of the end of the murdoch empire. your thoughts on that. could that be the case? >> i don't think the empire is going to crumble any time soon. but what i think we are seing is perhaps an end to the celebrity type cuture ta inculcated journalism on both sides of the atlantic and has been mainly stimulateed and driven by the murdoch approach to get the news at any cost, and let the chips fall where they may. that kind of absence of ax*egtics in journalism is going to, i think, evaporate because of the phone gate. the murd pock scandal. >> we'll see how it plays out, porter. thank you so much for joining us. >> pleasure. soox*uds and we've been speaking with porter bibb, managing partner of media tech capital. >> susie: tom, every time i looked up from my computer to look how the markets were doing, he was either up or down u. never knew which way it was going depending on the news coming from bernanke and all the stuff from news corp. >> tom: if you stopped l
that this week's newsweek is for once worth every penny of the $5 it costs at the newsstand because of carl bernstein's masterful article, "murdoch's watergate." [ diane lane ] is your anti-wrinkle cream gone... but not your wrinkles. new neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair. its retinol formula smoothes wrinkles in just one week. why wait if you don't have to. neutrogena®. well, we're here to get you custom orthotic inserts. we can't afford that. yes, we can. dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic center. foot-care scientists are behind it. ( man ) you have flat feet... no way... way. orthotic 440 is recommended. it recommends the custom-fit orthotic insert that's best for your feet. you'll get all-day relief. for your tired, achy feet. and you could save a couple hundred bucks. sweet. this is great. dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic center. thank you... who are you talking to ? for locations, see drscholls.com. >>> i've always said i've tried to write articles in a truthful way, and, you know, what better source of getting the truth is to listen to someone's messages. >> you're not uncovering corr
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at the newsstands because of carl bernstein's masterful article "murdoch's watergate." we'll be back with more on that, after the break. don't worry, lucky, these wheat thins crunch stix will save us. [ crunch ] look! [ male announcer ] wheat thins crunch stix. try our new flavors. i love this slide ! i love knowing coppertone protects across 100% of the uva/uvb spectrum. i trust it. and pediatricians recommend it most. i love this nose. coppertone. embrace the sun. >> i've always said i've tried to write articles in a truthful way, and, you know, what better source of getting the truth is to listen to someone's messages. >> you're not uncovering corruption or bringing down institutions that are inherently corrupt. you're trying to find out who's sleeping with who. it's about selling newspapers. >> if you have a free press and a decent democracy. >> you need a free press. >> you're nothing to do with a free press or a decent democracy. >> more damaging details are emerging in rupert murdoch's phone hacking scandal. for the first time, other news corp. properties are being implemented. the uk's
" this week because of carl bernstein's article. it's worth the $5. >> let's come back and have a good discussion. this story will be the most important story in the world in the last 25 years. i'd love to come back and talk about it. >> carl bern stein, thanks very much for joining me tonight. rachel maddow is up next. >> thanks very much. this is probably our most challenging prop day ever on this show. but i think that we have done it. we have figured out a way -- to erect a teeny tiny flag pole in the studio to demonstrate what happened today in washington about the huge fight whether or not we as a country are going to fault on our debt on purpose, whether or not we're going to throw the country back in recession, whether or not we're going to stop sending social security checks and blow up the economy with the debt ceiling thing. after all these months and weeks of fighting about it and republicans saying we won't do it, we won't do it, no way we will do it. you wanted to know what happened today? ding. actually doesn't look right without a breeze i don't think. hold on. that's n
from carl bernstein, this shiz watergate. do people think that's a catchy comparison a great headline, but do people think that rupert murdoch equals richard nixon? >> there are wonderful similarities. sort of the beginning with a small incident whether breaking into a hotel versus sort of the small incident that kicked this off and the idea that there's this one rogue guy behind it, then the drip, drip, drip of news coming out makes it clear there's something much more damaging going on here in this sort of specter of a nixonian president at the top in rupert murdoch. he's nearing the end of his career. he's gotten out of many a jam before. it's unlikely this will topple him, but it will be damaging and the quicker he can seal it off, the better for the company. >> he's a controversial guy, clive, and there are some people taking pleasure in this including some of his competitors, let's be honest. in terms of the discussion in the industry, in the uk, are people confident this is his way of doing business or his deputies' way of doing business and the taint won't spread or is there a
. curious joe. >> coming up from the so-called gang of six, senator conrad will join us and carl bernstein. politico's top stories of the morning after the break. first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. >> good morning. moments ago, the end of an era. "atlantis" came down. perfect landing. no issues on the reentry. no more shuttle take offs or landings as "atlantis" came to a slow glide on the runway at kennedy space center. let's talk about the weather forecast. it's hit for the east coast. the humidity has been cranked up overnight. heat warnings from the carolinas from the raleigh area northwards from virginia to d.c., boston, philly. it feels like we are in the 80s, some cases the 90s. later on today, near 100 from raleigh to d.c., new york, st. louis, kansas city. this is the peak of the heat wave today. it gets better by sunday. you are watching "morning joe," brewed by starbucks. every day, all around the world, energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy developement comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and respo
, carl bernstein and i were doing this reporting for the "post" talking to people, getting lots of detail about the coverup, about illegal campaign money, dirty tricks, and it was an era when you could go to the white house and talk to dave gergen for an hour and a half and spell out what we had and say, what can you give me guidance on, what's your response? and there was no rush to print. we eventually printed all of these stories, but sometimes it would take weeks. >> you bring up an interesting point about the times and how much times have changed in terms of reporting and privacy. do you think presidents now have it easier or harder in this youtube/facebook world. >> everything is driven by the impatience and speed, and give me a sound bite and, of course, in doing this story about nixon it wasn't about sound bites, it was about real reporting and getting detail and so forth. you know, i think in the sense it's easier for presidents. i think obama can control the message. they weren't going to stop us in the nixon era from printing story, in the obama administration they won't stop t
and quickly. >>> carl bernstein said this is like water gate i would say in reverse with a powerful news organization accused of breaking the law and pubic interest but it is water gate on steroids amazing how fast this moved right to the top i have never seen anything like this. it is hard of a comparison, a news organization this level, top executives brought low this quickly it is at the top we are watching the dana mah of the great media scandal of our era. >> what does this indicate to you? do you think this is good for news corporations that these people are stepping down so quickly that if there was something going on, obviously it is alleged right now they are being questioned about it but if these people are stepping down that is a good indication that the company could still survive and move on and prosper? >> like amputating a limb it hurts now you need it to stop the bleeding, but i think what is happening right now is everybody up to the top has to go for the corporation to survive you want to avoid that steady daily drip drip drip of new charges new revelations get it all o
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